Asked Feb 10, 2019

E3-15 Inferring Transactions and Computing Effects Using T-Accounts [LO 3-1, LO 3-2, LO 3-3]
A company’s accounting records included the following accounts.

Accounts Receivable (A)
1/1 506
2,855 a
12/31 420
Prepaid Rent (A)
1/1 64
84 b
12/31 42
Deferred Revenue (L)
408 1/1
c 496
392 12/31


For each T-account, describe the typical transactions that cause it to increase and decrease.

Compute the missing amounts.


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Step 1

Step1: Describing the transactions that cause it to increase and decrease. We have,


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